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Vibration quirk


Tuesday 10th of July 2012 / forums.androidcentral.com
My only major issue with this phone is the vibration settings. Not sure if this just a bug on my phone or something that is normal. I absolutely HATE the "basic call" vibration setting for text messages. It is ridiculously long and a bit overkill. With that said, I went to the Sounds menu under the general settings and changed it since there is no option to pick (that I could find) in the stock SMS app. So I change it to "heartbeat" yet when I get a text, it is STILL the "basic call" vibration pattern. However, now my phone calls - which I WANT to be the "basic call" pattern are now "heartbeat." Is there no way to change the text vibration pattern? Is this just a bug on my phone? Or am I just completely overlooking what I'm supposed to do? I had an Incredible before and loved how it differentiated between calls and text messages (calls = 1 long vibration; text messages = 2 short ones)
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Text vibration


Tuesday 04th of December 2012 / droidforums.net
Hey guys. I've had the droid for a few days now and love it. I know that there is a setting for vibrate when you get a call but is there one for vibration when receiving texts? Thank you
posted on: HTC DROID DNA
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Text vibration notification problem


Monday 10th of December 2012 / droidforums.net
Long story short, I'm on my second Galaxy S3 because of some internal problems on the first one. My first S3 would do a double vibrate each time AFTER I get and text when I move the phone. But now with my new S3, It only plays the sound and vibrates WHEN I get a text. When I pick it up (move it in general) a few seconds after receiving a text, it doesn't vibrate at all. I don't know where to look in the settings, because I feel like I've looked everywhere. If this isn't making much sense I can reword it in a more methodical way to clear anything up. It was a great function I had and would really love to have it back.
posted on: Galaxy S3 Help
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Message Vibration?


Friday 02nd of November 2012 / forums.androidcentral.com
Hi, does the SIII have the ability to vibrate when I receive a text in vibration mode? I assume it does, it even asks in the settings for a vibration setting, yet when my phone is on vibrate it doesn't actually vibrate when I get a text. Vibration "volume" is all the way up. Is there a setting I'm missing?
posted on: Samsung Galaxy S3
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Text vibration notification only in silent mode??


Friday 09th of August 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
Ok, have googled and called AT&T but no solution. I want my phone to vibrate when I receive a text only when I am in silent mode. The only setting I have come up with sets it to vibrate anytime I receive a text, regardless of what mode it is in. I don't need it to vibrate when in regular mode because I have the sound notification. Is there any way to do this on the s4? When the phone is in silent mode it vibrates when I receive a call but does nothing when I receive a text. You would think putting the phone in silent mode would automatically cause it to vibrate when a text is received. Guess I am just used to the iphone automatically doing this. TIA!
posted on: Samsung Galaxy S3
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Text Vibration


Friday 20th of September 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
I cannot turn off vibrate on a text message! If I COMPLETELY silence the phone the vibrate will go away, but if I have the ringer on it always vibrates. What I want is JUST the ringer and no vibrate. Does anyone know how to accomplish this? Things I have tried:1. Messages -> Settings -> Notifications -> Vibrate (unchecked) 2. Phone -> Settings -> Sound -> Sound Profile = "Normal" Neither of those attempts worked. Can someone please help me? Is there a bug in the HTC One?
posted on: Samsung Galaxy S3
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Text Vibration Not Strong Enough


Thursday 17th of October 2013 / droidforums.net
I just got an S4 yesterday and I am still setting up. I need the vibration for when I get a text to be quite strong and noticeable. I actually made a custom one, but it didn't seem to take as the notifier. Can anyone give me suggestions on how to increase the magnitude of the text notifier?Thanks!
posted on: Samsung Galaxy S3
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Vibration for Yahoo SMS/Yahoo Text Messages


Thursday 20th of February 2014 / androidforums.com
HiMy Galaxy Ace 5830 with Android 2.2.1 does not have Vibration setting for SMS. When I go to Messages > Menu > Settings > Notification Setting, I only have option of seleting a ringtone. There is no option to turn on vibration. I think because of this, Yahoo Messenger also does not vibrates on receiving text messages. I want my phone to vibrate when it receives a text message on Yahoo Messenger, which is already set to vibrate on receiving text message, but does not vibrate because perhaps there is no setting in the phone to vibrate on receiving SMS. Maybe if my phone vibrates on SMS, it would also vibrate for yahoo text messages.Please also suggest if there any Google Play aap to active vibration for Yahoo Messenger text message.ThanxMax
posted on: Samsung Galaxy S3
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How to turn off text vibration when ringer is on- s3 mini


Sunday 23rd of February 2014 / forums.androidcentral.com
I just got the galaxy s3 mini on friday. Ive noticed that when I have my ringer on I still get a vibration when i receive a text message. Ive ran through all of the settings and played around with everything but cant seem to get it to do what I want. Does anyone know how to do this? Ive searched around many forums and it seems when the phone was updated to jelly bean it lost a lot of its ringer/vibration functionality. I have 14 days to return the phone for another one at the verizon store and if theres no easy way to fix this i may be getting a different phone. Thanks for any help!
posted on: Samsung Galaxy S3
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Changing text vibration pattern


Sunday 09th of March 2014 / androidforums.com
I have looked everywhere for a thread that addresses my issue so if I am missing it, feel free to send me in the right direction.I have just switched to a Samsung Galaxy S4. I have changed the vibration pattern (under sound/ringtones and notifications), but it seems to only affect my notification for phone calls, not texts. I want the vibration to be longer than the two short bursts. I do not want to to download a 3rd party app for these reasons: if I download (for example) goSMS, the app does not give me the number of unread messages. Then I have to download a notification app and, slowly, the number of apps I need to correct something missing keeps growing. Is there any way to change the default vibration for text messages with out downloading any additional apps?
posted on: Samsung Galaxy S3
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